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Terms of Series published for Womens International Match Racing Series

by WIMRA Office on 8 Mar 2013 8 March 2013

A big step has been taken for women's sailing as the details of the entry and scoring process for the inaugural Women's International Match Racing Series is defined in the Terms of Series. This also marks the beginning of the entry process and within minutes of publication the first teams were signing up – teams form New Zealand, Sweden, and Switzerland were the first to put their names in the hat! A dozen teams are expected to be battling it out for the Overall Series Prize Pool in excess of $50,000 as well as prize money at each event.

2013 WIMR Series Events:

  • Saint Quay Women's Match Racing – St Quay, France – Elliott 6m - May 15-19.
  • Busan Cup International Women's Match - Busan, Korea - K 30 - June 6-9.
  • Danish Open Women's Event - Copenhagen, Denmark - J/80 - June 20-23.
  • New York Women's Invitational - Oakcliff, New York, USA – SM 40 - July 11-14.
  • Lysekil Women's Match - Lysekil, Sweden - DS 37 - August 5-10.
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